We have just placed our second order. Our vast hillside has enjoyed three treatments. We have succulents, and zillions of drought tolerant plants, including many California natives. As our plantings mature we rip out another section of ivy, which used to be the easiest thing to grown in bad soil. We are delighted with the gradual change to healthier soil. We applied the two products together from a hose-end sprayer set at 2.5 ounces. Pretty easy work for such nice results.
I combined the humate with the restore clay. I used it only for flower beds (1,500sq ft) i will be able to give a fair rating this fall when I move around some flowers or soring when I plant a few new.
Just applied my 3rd Round of Restore Clay & Humic Acid. Applications went in early in the morning, so as not to evaporate, and one day apart. Both days, I watered the products in thoroughly. The soil passed the screwdriver test, and I'm seeing darker, softer, richer looking soil now. And when I pull up crab grass, for instance, the crabgrass roots are long, are really able to get into to the soil better. And they pull up very easily. The soil seems moist, and the soil around the roots is black and loose.
My lawn is spring seeded 100% Kentucky Blue Grass, so summer weeds were expected. Right now the priority is improving the soil and letting the lawn establish. And we seem on the right track.
Everyone in the neighborhood fertilizes their yard (Weed nFeed), but ours has a much richer look that I attribute to using Liquid Humate every 3 months also.